Tickets will go on sale next week for Jerry Seinfeld’s newly announced show in downtown Dayton.
The beloved stand-up comedian and actor will appear at 7 p.m. March 13 at the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, 1 W. 2nd St.
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 6, at ticketcenterstage.com.
The Brooklyn native’s 2006 appearance at the theater was a near sell-out.
Dressed in a black suit, the former star of NBC’s “Seinfeld” was greeted by applauds and kept the jokes coming for an hour, according to a June 23, 2006 review written by Alexis Larsen.
Tickets will be available for $50, $67.50 or $80 each, plus processing and mailing fees.
— Jerome Seinfeld was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on April 29, 1954. He grew up on Long Island and began doing stand-up shortly after graduating from Queens College in 1976 with a B.A. in theater and communications.
— Regis Philbin, who claims to be the world’s biggest Seinfeld fan, paid tribute to the sitcom by devoting the entire 2005 episode of ‘Live With Regis and Kelly’ to the show.
— Seinfeld married Jessica Sklar in 1999. They have three children Sascha, Julian and Shepherd.
— Seinfeld’s first book “SeinLanguage” was published in 1993. It was a best-seller, as was his 2002 children’s book “Jerry Seinfeld Halloween.”
— His friend Kramer lived across the hall in 5B.
— According to Seinfeld, there are four levels of comedy: “Make your friends laugh, make strangers laugh, get paid to make strangers laugh and make people talk like you because it’s so much fun.”
— He’s an avid collector of Porsche automobiles.
— Boston-based ‘Phoenix’ magazine named Seinfeld the “17th unsexiest male celebrity.”
— Seinfeld produced the short-lived reality show “The Marriage Ref” on NBC in 2010 and 2011.
— In June, he appeared on rapper Wale’s song “Outro About Nothing.”